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Everything Under the Sun

Discount market store opens new Greenwood location Writer / Michelle Kaufman Photographer / Brian Brosmer Under the Sun Market opened its second store in Greenwood with a mission — to rethink how they make food accessible. Under the Sun buys liquidated products, primarily food, and sells it at a discount. The store also carries a smaller selection of general merchandise, such as household goods and shoes. Inventory will rotate. Zach Hendershot, president of Under the Sun, says the company started as a small liquidation company out of a garage and is now expanding as a retail model. UTS’s other location ...

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Delizioso! Convivio Brings Italian Culture, Delicious Dishes

Writer / Suzanne Huntzinger Photographer / Amy Payne Pillowy pasta bursting with rich sauces and flavorful Italian herbs, leaving your taste buds asking for more. Convivio restaurant in Carmel brings you that and more. Just opened in November of 2016, Convivio has been drawing in steady crowds. Guests come to Convivio for more than just a great meal. Just walk in the doors of the modern restaurant and immediately experience a heaping helping of Italian culture. From the Italian art that adorns the walls, to the books on the shelves and the music playing, guests will feel just like they’ve ...

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28th Annual CarmelFest Kicks Off July 3

Festivities conclude night of July 4 with the fireworks show Writer / Allison Yates Photography provided by Zach Dobson Photography Carmel gears up for its 28th annual Independence Day celebration CarmelFest on July 3 from 3:00 p.m. to 10:30pm and July 4 from noon to 10:30 p.m. Presented by the Rotary Club of Carmel, the all-volunteer run festival is held at Civic Square, Southwest of S. Range Line Road and North of Carmel Drive. Get ready to join more than 50,000 festival-goers as they enjoy great food, entertainment and activities, and don’t forget to sport your most festive America gear. ...

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Recipe For Success

Cunningham Restaurant Group celebrates 20 years of culinary accomplishment Writer / Jon Shoulders Photographer / Brian Brosmer In an industry as challenging and unforgiving as the restaurant business, Indianapolis-based Cunningham Restaurant Group (CRG) is still thriving after two decades, with an ever-expanding selection of successful restaurant concepts including Mesh, Boulder Creek Dining Company, Vida and BRU Burger Bar in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville and Lexington. Founder, CEO and company visionary, Mike Cunningham, says a thorough understanding of day-to-day restaurant logistics, as well as an innate sense for customer hospitality, are crucial to stay successful in such a difficult field with so ...

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Stompin Barley: ’Wine Down’ With Good Company

Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer The owners of Stompin Barley, 14560 River Road, Carmel, want all of their guests to know their restaurant and wine bar is the perfect place to “wine down” with good company. When you enter the elegant but relaxed atmosphere of Stompin Barley, you immediately get the same, warm feeling you would have coming home to family and friends. Co-Owner Alesia DeBoer says she loves it when satisfied guests tell her they enjoy the ambiance, as well as the great food and drinks. “About 75 percent of our business is from repeat customers ...

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Cobblestone Cooks Up Fresh Changes

The popular Zionsville restaurant boasts new menu, renovations. Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer Cobblestone, formerly Cobblestone Grill in Zionsville, has made several changes to its menu and interior, which has resulted in several happy guests at the popular dining destination. Cobblestone co-owner Kent Esra said several interior walls were removed in the restaurant to open up the space. “The bar area almost doubled in size,” Esra said. “We were able to expose the original brick of the main wall by sanding off several layers of paint. A window was cut into the brick wall to incorporate our bourbon ...

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Moody’s Butcher Shop Delivers Farm Fresh Food, Local Fare

Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photographer / Palmer Durr A fifth-generation Indiana farmer from Montgomery County, Adam Moody has been a fixture in the Indianapolis community for years, having farmed for more than five decades and, for the last 14 years, running Moody’s Butcher Shop. Moody first got into retail in the late 1990s when he cashed his hog check at the bank, then went to the grocery store to buy a ham for Easter dinner and found he couldn’t afford it. “I realized that something’s wrong with this system if the people raising food can’t afford the food they’re raising,” ...

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FoxGardin Family Emphasizes Fresh Food, Family-friendly Atmosphere

Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer FoxGardin Kitchen & Ale’s newest location, FoxGardin Family Kitchen, at 10410 Olio Road is a family-friendly restaurant with a wide variety of excellent lunch and dinner items for both adults and kids. Toby Shelton, managing partner of FoxGardin, said the Fishers location opened on Feb. 14, with a strong turnout of guests. “We saw a real opportunity and need for another restaurant in this area, and we made it happen,” Shelton said. “We have had an overwhelmingly positive response from the Fishers and Geist area. They love the neighborhood and community feel ...

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Murphys Craft House Opens In Geist

Newest Murphys restaurant is the biggest yet Writer / Matt Keating Photographer / Brian Brosmer With Murphys Craft House, Geist, Fishers, Lawrence and Indianapolis residents have another excellent, new place to meet friends and enjoy a delicious meal. Murphys Craft House has a wide variety of great menu items including steaks, burgers and seafood. The new restaurant, located at 11705 Fox Road, in the Marsh shopping center, has already garnered loyal guests. Owners Ryan and Craig Stonebraker are experts at running restaurants that keep people coming back for superb food and drinks at good prices, with high-quality service. With the ...

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Moody’s Butcher Shop Delivers Farm Fresh Food, Local Fare

Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photographer / Palmer Durr A fifth-generation Indiana farmer from Montgomery County, Adam Moody has been a fixture in the Indianapolis community for years, having farmed for more than five decades and, for the last 14 years, running Moody’s Butcher Shop. Moody first got into retail in the late 1990s when he cashed his hog check at the bank, then went to the grocery store to buy a ham for Easter dinner and found he couldn’t afford it. “I realized that something’s wrong with this system if the people raising food can’t afford the food they’re raising,” ...

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